May 31, 2022
My name is Victoria Lechevalier, and I am a producer working on a commissioned project for the The WaterBear network, a free video streaming platform focused on environmental content with the goal to empower and inspire audiences to take action in caring for our Earth.
We are working on a mini series titled, Every Living Thing. Each episode is roughly 6-7 mins long and focuses on a different keystone species. The episode I am reaching out to you about is Episode 1- Bees & Pollinators, and highlights why the survival of bees and pollinators is directly linked with human survival.
We are interested in using the short clips from your film. Given that's not not marked under Creative Commons we want to double check :)
3. Black Bears Twins 2nd edition (1952) -
- seen of bear eating honey
Any chance you could get back to us today or tomorrow?
Our director loves these shots and we need to lock the edit this week. I would hate having to remove them from the edit :(
May 18, 2018
Pardon us while we maul you to death
A pretty outrageous tale about 2 young bears, mother nowhere to be seen. Anyways, they forage for food ok on their own, but when humans come around, then of course, that becomes the problem. The adults see no problem in trying to find where the bears are hiding. Luckily, they don't find them. They do have this idea of leaving raw bacon on a tree by their camp though! And then they go fishing, leaving food on a table for the bears to find. I mean, are the humans just ASKING for trouble?